Bioantika is a Consultant Net-Zero Sustainability Transition at Equatorise. She has a diverse background in mining, sustainability and climate change, critical minerals, and gender. She is deeply passionate about driving the energy transition and implementing net-zero emission policies, particularly in developing nations.

She holds an MSc in Climate Change and Low Carbon Economy at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP), University of Dundee, Scotland, under the Chevening Scholarship, from the UK's Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office (FCDO). While pursuing her Master’s degree, she was working at the United Nations House of Scotland in the climate and gender team, dealing with the policy review and recommendation especially for the hard-to-abate industry.

Before joining Equatorise, Bioantika served as a Regional Commercial Associate for Western Europe at CarbonEthics, an organization dedicated to restoring the climate balance through Nature-based Solutions (NbS), with a focus on pioneering blue carbon conservation initiatives. Her experience extends to nearly four years at Vale, a prominent nickel-producing company, where she progressed from an engineering role to the CEO office team dealing with the Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) projects, Joint Venture (JV), and Strategy Initiatives projects.